Friday, September 14, 2007

Drawing on Glass

Sometimes I draw on glass.
This is ground glass in liquid form applied to "float" or window glass, fired to about 1500 ' F. 4 x 9 1/2" I look forward to doing more of these.

5 comments:

heartrestorer said...

Lyn, its absolutely beautiful. I can see the horses moving, such movement.
What a great idea to draw on that glass. Is it hard to make fused glass? A friend I hadn't seen in while was talking about it. "You should try fused glass, you would love it, you can buy it that way".
I do soldered charms, wonder if that would work with that?
Linda
www.heartrestoringtreasures.blogspot.com

Miley said...

AHA--NOW I GET IT Miley

Donn said...

Now, this is unusual and neat. Like your horses. Never heard of this before. Nice work! Looks so much like sumi-e ink painting.

Arty Velarde said...

Hi Lyn, I answered your question on my blog. You asked about my white figures done at Judy's. they were done on white bond paper and came out very wrinkley.

I love your work.

Thanks for your comments. Lydia

Laurie said...

I really appreciate, how with a few lines you communicated the connection of mom and offspring. Your picture looks effortless and I find it very touching.